Today at 10 a.m., registration for the free Estonian language online courses will start on the website of the Integration Foundation www.integratsioon.ee. A total of 91 courses can be registered for, where 1,456 adults interested in Estonian language are welcome. The next opportunity to register for the courses will open in August with the Integration Foundation offering another more than 2,500 free study places.
The Integration Foundation provides free Estonian language of communication courses at A1, A2, B1, B2 and C1 levels as online courses. Adults at least 18 years of age can register for the courses, regardless of their place of residence and the location of the course provider.
When registering for the online courses, it is possible to choose a suitable Estonian language course according to the level of proficiency and preferences in terms of time, language school and teacher. The schedule of lessons is available HERE.
In order for the registration to go smoothly, it is recommended that you read the rules for course registration and test your language skills in advance, which can also be done on the Foundation's website.
The first online course starts on May 7th and the last one on July 3rd. Most courses will end by autumn. Participation in online courses requires students to be able to use the Internet and to have a computer or a smart device. Each trainer has selected a suitable online environment for the studies, and informs the course registrants of it as well as instructs them on how to use the environment.
The next opportunity to register for the courses will open in August. In addition to online registration, it is also possible to access the free Estonian language courses through counselling. As a result of the counselling, we will record your wishes and opportunities, and later invite you to study at the Integration Foundation's Estonian Language Houses or a suitable course provider.
Additional information on the possibilities of learning and practicing the Estonian language, as well as counselling, is available by calling the free-of-charge information line 800 9999 or by e-mail [email protected].
Estonian language learning is financed by the Ministry of Culture.